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Taiwanese smartphone company E-Ten has unveiled some of its first handsets since the company was bought by Acer last month.

E-Ten’s Glofiish M810 and M750 both look like a cross between earlier Glofiish models, such as the X800, and HTC’s Dual Touch handset – reviewed here.

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E-Ten's Glofiish M810 looks almost identical to the M750

Both models are quad-band GSM/GPRS/Edeg handsets and support 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, although the M810 also provides HSDPA 3G connectivity. A SiRFStar III GPS chip is built into each handset.

Full Qwerty keyboards slide out from underneath the 2.8in screen on each phone and images can be displayed as snapped through the two-megapixel camera. The M810 also has a user-facing 0.3-megapixel camera for 3G video calls.

E-Ten’s Glofiish M810 and M750 will be available worldwide within the next two to three weeks. A UK price hasn’t been given yet.

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